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Will Tiananmen parade on the 11th National Day of 2017? Is there a military parade on the national d

the National Day parade is an important way to show comprehensive strength. Will the National Day parade be held in 2017? As a day of national celebration, I believe many people will ask if there will be a military parade on this year's national day. So how many military parades have been held since the founding of the people's Republic of China? So far, there is still no news about the National Day military parade, so it is estimated that this year there will be no military parade!

In our country, we can not see a large-scale military parade every year. It has always been a tradition that a National Day military parade will be held every five or ten years. The armed forces of sea, land and air will march together to the battle, which is a great event.

It is not expected that there will be a big military parade on National Day 2017. Because this year marks the 90th anniversary of the founding of the armed forces, a military parade has been held two days before the founding of the armed forces, so it is unlikely to be held twice this national day. It's impossible to have two military parades a year. It's too expensive. Let's wait for the 70 week military parade of the founding of the people's Republic of China. It's only two years.

China's National Day military parade several times

Since the founding ceremony in 1949, 14 National Day parades have been held.

From 1949 to 1959, 11 National Day Parades were held.

In September 1960, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council carried out the policy of "practising economy and building a country through industry and Thrift", reformed the National Day ceremony system, and carried out the policy of "one small celebration in five years, one Daqing in ten years, and a military parade in Daqing".

In 1964, the Ministry of Defense issued the military regulations, which listed the military parade clause for the first time. Subsequently, due to the 'Cultural Revolution' and other reasons, there was no National Day parade for 24 consecutive years.

In 1984, according to Deng Xiaoping's proposal, the CPC Central Committee decided to resume the military parade, and held a large-scale national day parade on the 35th anniversary of the National Day in 1984.

In 1999, the CPC Central Committee decided to hold a military parade for the 50th anniversary of the founding of the people's Republic of China. On October 1, 1999, a large-scale military parade was held in Tiananmen Square.

The 60th anniversary of the founding of the people's Republic of China parade was held on 2009 National Day.